How Computers Work: Processor and Main Memory-Roger Young

  • Title: How Computers Work: Processor and Main Memory
  • Author: Roger Young
  • Released: 2002-08-01
  • Language:
  • Pages: 152
  • ISBN: 1403325820
  • ISBN13: 978-1403325822
  • ASIN: 1403325820


From the Author TARGET AUDIENCE: Anyone who has used a computer and is interested in how it works but who has no knowledge of electronics or programming.

WHAT MAKES THE BOOK DIFFERENT: The fact that it actually and completely explains how computers work while simultaneously requiring no knowledge of computers or electronics. There are books that require no electrical engineering background and purport to explain how computers work. Unfortunately, they don’t explain how computers work. Computers are quite complex. There are books that explain how computers work, but they require a background in electrical engineering.

About the Author Roger Stephen Young lives in Pennsylvania and graduated from The Pennsylvania State University where he majored in physics and was interested in transistors. He went to the California State University at Fullerton and worked on a Master's degree in electrical engineering for two years, but got a job at Texas Instruments before finishing. He has extensive programming experience and is currently promoting his parallel processor design that can be programmed easily and has a novel inter-processor communication architecture.

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